Cleveland Humanities Festival: Immigration

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Immigration is the theme of the 2nd annual Cleveland Humanities Festival at Case Western Reserve University.  The topic for the series of forums and discussions couldn't be more timely. On The Sound of Ideas tomorrow morning at 9, we'll preview the festival with some of the participants, discussing the history of US Immigration policy and hearing the personal story of an Iraqi refugee family. Plus, immigration is a boon to Toronto's economy. Are there lessons for Cleveland? Join us.

 

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Cleveland Humanities Festival: Immigration  

Guests: 

-Peter Knox, Director of the Baker-Nord Center for the Humanities, Case Western Reserve University

-John Grabowski, Historian, Case Western Reserve University & Senior Vice President for Research and Publications, Western Reserve Historical Society

-Dhia Aldoori, MD, Physician, Clinical Assistant Professor at Case Western Reserve University

-John J. Kiru, Executive Director, Toronto Association of Business Improvement Areas

-Joseph A. Marinucci, President & CEO, Downtown Cleveland Alliance

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